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Supernova: Final Preview 🇱🇻

It’s time for Latvia to select their Eurovision entry! After the Semi-Final stage on Saturday 5th February we now know which ten acts are still contenders to represent Latvia at Eurovision 2022.

Let’s see who’s still in the running to win Supernova:

Raum – Plans
Linda Rušeniece – Pay My Own Bills
Bermudu Divstūris – Bad
Miks Galvanovskis – I’m Just a Sinner
Bujāns – He, She, You & Me
Elīna Gluzunova – Es pabiju tur
Citi Zēni – Eat Your Salad
Inspo – A Happy Place
Mēs Jūs Mīlam – Rich Itch
Aminata – I’m Letting You Go
Miks Dukurs – First Love

On February 10th, LTV annouced that Miks Dukurs would be a wildcard for the Supernova final. They stated he had technical issues that impacted his semi-final performance.

Ones to Watch

We’ve already talked about Citi Zēni, Aminata and Bermudu Divstūris in our Semi-Final preview, but is there anyone else who you should have your eye on in the final? LTV did reveal the televote scores halfway through the voting, so we take a look at some of the acts that captured the hearts of the Latvian public before the final.

Bujāns – He, She, You & Me

Bujāns had the biggest televoting percentage last Saturday with 16.77% of the final vote, as they impressed the Latvian voters with their 90s-inspired dance number. Intars Busulis (who represented Latvia at Eurovision in 2009 with Probka, finishing 19th in the Semi-Final) and Reinis Sējāns who make up the duo are judges on X Factor Lativa. Will their big public support be enough to take them all the way in Supernova?

Bujāns – He, She, You & Me, Supernova Semi-Final performance

Miks Galvanovskis – I’m Just A Sinner

Miks wasn’t even part of the original Supernova lineup, but he made it through thanks to winning the Wild Card online voting round on January 14th. He’ll be very happy with his 11.64% share of the public vote last Saturday, which will see him full of confidence for the final. Where will his classic rock track finish on Saturday night?

Miks Galvanovskis – I’m Just A Sinner, Supernova Semi-Final performance

Inspo – A Happy Place

With a very respectable 8.78% of the public vote share, Inspo were the first act announced to make it through to the final. The atmospheric staging for A Hapyyer Place really shows off the vocals and really explodes with a rock sound for the final chorus. Is this a dark horse for the ticket to Turin?

Inspo – A Happy Place, Supernova Semi-Final performance

Who did you love last Saturday night? Who do you think is going to earn the right to represent Latvia at Eurovision 2022? Let us know in the comments!

You can watch the final of Supernova live on Saturday 12th February at 20:05 CET on LTV’s website.

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